Are You Biting off More Than You Can Chew?
Those Super sized burgers and sandwiches that are sold regularly at fast food restaurants may be to big to eat. Many of them are often made larger then the human mouth. Forcing many people to take bites that are too big to chew. The Academy of General Dentistry states by doing this it can be bad for your jaw and teeth. People at a particular risk are those that have temporomandibular joint disorder. (know as TMJ) TMJ can restrict the range of acceptable bite size. People who have TMJ should avoid opening their mouths too wide, since taking large bites of food can aggravate the condition.